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Sesame Street – 123 Count With Me

June 7, 2010 by · 5 Comments 

Product Description
Studio: Genius Products Inc Release Date: 06/03/2003 Run time: 45 minutes Rating: NrAmazon.com essential video
Join Ernie at The Furry Arms Hotel for a musical lesson in just how useful counting can be. When Ernie finds and returns a misplaced key, he uses his knowledge of numbers to return the key to the correct guest. As Ernie begins to learn about the hotel business, he finds many common situations in which counting is essential. Throughout the 30-minute video, Ernie and his friends help children learn to count from 1 to 20 with such songs as the jazzy “That’s How the Numbers Go,” an original version of the Chorus Line show tune “One,” and “Rap Song #11.” Favorite Sesame Street characte… More >>

Sesame Street – 123 Count With Me

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5 Responses to “Sesame Street – 123 Count With Me”
  1. Irwan Shah says:

    Educational DVDs should be cheaper (at least USD 6.00) & it’ll help all education-concious parents to buy them. Besides, their DVD running time is approximately 40 minutes. My 12-month-old niece is into cartoon in the first place. My sister-in-law’s mistake. Cartoon offers her entertainment. And my wife told her younger sister that Sesame Street DVD can be a good tool for babies/kids to learn & promised her it’ll be a birthday gift for her daughter. Sadly, we can’t find any Sesame Street DVD in Malaysia & if there is any, the price will be around RM 80 (USD 20.00). That’s when I logged on to Amazon.com & purchased it. Now she has gradually developed big interest in watching the DVD. The only dissatisfaction I have is that the captioning doesn’t appear (only the subtitle appears). The captioning is good for impaired-hearing people & kids to learn about reference to situation (eg. “chattering”, “laughing”). I’ve bought few DVDs from Amazon before (eg. American Me) & the captioning appears as just fine on my region-all DVD player. Regards, Irwan Shah from Malaysia.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. Anonymous says:

    Is anyone else annoyed by the “new” voice of Ernie? I find the character has lost that spark of mischievousness that made Ernie so wonderful. Maybe I’m just getting old…

    Otherwise, I agree that Benny is obnoxious and out of place, and some of the songs are so banal it makes my skin crawl (that “Rock around the Clock” thing is God-awful).

    On the plus side, at least it doesn’t center around Elmo (people complain that Baby Bear’s speech is a bad influence, I can’t even understand Elmo half the time, and I sure wish he (she?) would stop referring to itself in the 3rd person…).

    Just grouchy tonight, but I’m not fond of this one.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. F. Norelli says:

    The story line is very boring. My toddler loses interest immediately. As a parent, I do as well. Compared to some of the other Sesame dvd’s, this one is poor. Story line is portrayed by Ernie, along with “second string” characters. I think you should spend your money on other learning materials.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. Anonymous says:

    In Preschool I saw a series of The show but it was not this video I just came up with it because I cant remember the name. We used to have the show on Book&Tape too.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. I bought this video at the same time as I bought “Do the Alphabet” and now my two-year old nephew won’t watch it. He only asks for “Bic Birt” (Big Bird is on the box of “Alphabet”). I’ve tried sneaking it into the VCR when he isn’t watching in hopes he’ll get hooked, but he always asks plaintively for the other one. Personally, I think that they count a little fast for him while the “Alphabet” tape goes pretty slow. And Baby Bear is always a winner. I think though that he will appreciate when he gets a little older.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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